Author: Sneh Chakraburtty
Publisher: New Age Books
ISBN/UPC (if available): 9788178223230
Many have printed on paper the dialogue connecting Krishna with Arjuna in the Mahabharata. A great deal was left unarticulated but it unquestionably was understood by Krishna’s addressees.
Perception of the message of the Bhagavad Geeta is easier said than done. A lecturer and guide are mandatory to unleash its significance for the likes of us. From beginning to end, insightful Sanjaya unfolds where meditation was first introduced eons ago.
The Origin of Meditation simplifies and demystifies the process of self discovery by offering a matter of fact guide to spiritual unfoldment through discussion and dialogue.
Chakraburtty has successfully shown the serious student the sculpture of meditation. Through aerobics of writing this book she describes her own personal journey in the field of meditation. The author gives an intellectual and intuitive process beckoning for New Age balance.
—Kshama Metre MD Pediatrics (Padma Shree 2008) National Director for CORD of India Chinmaya Organisation for Rural Development, Sidhbari, Himachal Pradesh, India
The most satisfying of philosophies are those in which religious and cultural disparities are dispelled in the light of Truth. The universal quest for the source of life and the purpose of existence is met and revealed.
—Lea Harper: Poet and author of ‘All That Saves Us’ and ‘Shadow Crossing’
1. Vyasa and Krishna
3. Arjuna Grief
4. Self-Knowledge and Equanimity
5. Yoga of Action
6. Key to Karma Yoga
7. Renunciation of Action
8. Controlling the Mind
13. Cosmic Being
15. Matter and Spirit
16. Nature’s Qualities
21. The War of Mahabharat
Glossary of Sanskrit Terms